[thelist] Here's one for you... (ASP and HTML)

Toby Mills toby at tobymills.com
Fri Feb 6 10:43:21 CST 2004

Alternatively split them into different sections on different pages. These
don't have to be completely different pages; rather use JavaScript to hide
and show the different sections, thus when submitted its one big page. You
could use some sort of tabbed navigation at the top for each section or just
a simple next & previous.

Just a thought

toby mills
web developer & programmer



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[mailto:thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Stephen Caudill
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Subject: RE: [thelist] Here's one for you... (ASP and HTML)

--------------- Rob Smith wrote: --------------- 
: Allow me to illustrate my page:
: I have a form with a bunch of fields. If you were to print this
: out, it would cover two pages of 8 1/2" x 11".  In the middle of
: this form, I have a scrollable inline frame that contains about
: 75 or so check boxes. The reason for this is because we
: absolutely do not want to make this form any longer on the
: screen. If we were to abandon the iFrame and stick all 75
: checkboxes on the main form it would violate out desires. 
: My problem:
: When I submit the form, can I get those checkboxes and their
: values from within that iFrame?
: I'm open to any suggestions.
: Rob.Smith

Rather than put them in an iFrame, put them in a div with it's 
content set to overflow:


it's on the same page, in the same form and you still get your

Stephen Caudill
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